New Toyota Hilux and Fortuner receive top marks for safetyOctober 14, 2020
Japanese pickups new Toyota Hilux and Fortuner scored five points in crash tests.
The updated Toyota Hilux and Toyota Fortuner underwent a series of crash tests as part of the Asian ASEAN NCAP program, during which the passive and active safety of vehicles was verified. Both models were able to score maximum points – 5 stars.
However, it should be noted that in fact only one car was broken – Toyota Hilux, while the model was a Hilux in the Thai specification. But both cars are based on a single frame platform, so the test results for them are identical according to experts.
Note that the Hilux with a 2.8-liter diesel engine weighing 2,080 kg was taken as a test sample. The car was subjected to a frontal impact at a speed of 64 km / h with 40% overlap and a side impact.
In total, Hilux scored 83.42 points, where 32.93 points (maximum score 36) of them for the safety of front passengers, 44.04 points (maximum score 49) for child safety, and 10.95 points for preventive safety technologies (from 18 possible).
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